Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Goodbye “Georgette”
Tax deadline day.
Annual Extravaganja in Northampton could create heavy traffic.
Springfield man headed to state prison after shooting a dog.
Red Cross lifeguard training.
Western Mass. auto detailer also cleans works of history.
Member of Western Mass. 4-H saluted after 55 years of service.
Drivers confused by new Holyoke Mall traffic lights.
Stop & Shop strike update: local markets benefit.
Western Mass. gas prices creep up.
Red Cross installing new smoke detectors for Western Mass. seniors.
YWCA and others recognized at upcoming Regional Chamber Breakfast.
Columbia Gas checking overpressurization of gas lines in Monson and Palmer.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, April 5, 2019

Beer-infused coffee?
Maine State Police Detective and former Easthampton resident accidentally killed on I-95.
30-foot tree falls on roof and into bedroom of a Plumtree Road home in Sunderland.
Wind and brush fire warning.
Congressman Neal requests IRS to provide the president’s tax returns.
Joe Morissette kicks off campaign for Chicopee mayor.
Area colleges join forces to offer online degrees.
Emergency bridge inspection and road closure in Palmer.
Town of Erving gets a library.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 11, 2019

Bill introduced in Mass. to end Daylight Savings Time.
Authorities are searching for a motorist who may have wound up in the Connecticut River.
Sutton man sentenced to 6 months for growing marijuana.
Springfield woman sentenced for trafficking cocaine out of her home daycare center.
Liquor license approved for a new sushi restaurant on Worthington Street.
FCC warns of an IRS  telephone scam.
Palmer High School closed Monday and Tuesday due to a small fire.
Lenten lunches offered at Trinity United Methodist Church.
10th Annual Leprechaun Plunge at Brunelle’s Marina.
Western Mass. Stop & Shop union votes in favor of strike authorization.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, February 11, 2019

Tax season underway… beware the “ghosts!”
Vacant Indian Motorcycle building becomes $23M apartment complex.
FBI swarms East Longmeadow address – we still do not know why.
First Baptist Church of Agawam receives its new pastor!
Holyoke honors its own – legendary drummer Hal Blaine of “The Wrecking Crew.”
Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield “Women Religious” holds its annual benefit.
Agawam Congregational Church’s annual “Undies Sunday” drive for newly-packaged underwear for those in need.
MGM Springfield celebrates Chinese New Year.
Familiars Coffee and Tea (once Kathy’s Diner) opens in Northampton.
Galo Rei opens in the old Casa De Nana (on Boston Road).
Special birthday.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, April, 18, 2018

Brynn Cartelli makes the cut – again!
Ludlow’s award-winning pizza at Casa Pizzeria!
On tax day… the IRS payment website was DOWN!
Two restaurants change locations.
Chicopee Police crack down on texting while driving.
Wednesday night music with Merrill!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, March 8, 2018

National Grid has to return millions in wrong charges.
Montague Police Chief resigns.. after being found “incompetent.”
Holyoke Merry-Go-Round restoration fundraiser.
Chicopee Fire Dept. welcomes firefighter home from the service!
InSinkerator garbage disposal switch recall.
East Springfield marijuana dispensary holds job fair.
IRS scam finds your host.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday October 26, 2017

The Springfield IRS Help Center office closes.
Ziggy the St. Bernard’s death sentence commuted.
Warwick bans the pesticide Roundup.
Big Y raises $200,000 for Red Cross hurricane relief.
Holyoke Mall lizard arrest.
Ledges Golf Course in South Hadley having financial troubles.
Another ATM skimming device discovered – this time on Wilbraham Road
—much more!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday April 19, 2017

Taxes!  the Day After!

The whole story behind fines, penalties, who will be audited and who will not…

And …an IRS secret they do not want you to know!

Time for Uno’s music series

Amherst home owner has a surprise

Brad Shepard Today! Weekend Round Up, February 26, 2016

  • Flood warnings in effect throughout Western Mass
  • IRS scams increase (hear an example)!
  • Hamp-Wilb school district looking for a new superintendent
  • Weekend entertainment and performances everywhere!

Brad Shepard Today Wednesday January 20, 2016

  • Impending storm info!
  • Oil company delivers 25 gallons of oil, to the wrong home, to the basement floor!
  • Three Longmeadow businesses are cited for serving alcohol to minors in sting operation
  • IRS phone scam reaching epic proportions!
  • MASS DOT considering Western Mass tolls along the pike.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday January 15, 2016

JOIN US FOR THE WEEKEND WRAP UP!

  • Scammers at work in Agawam
  • Break-ins in Hampden
  • Another breakfast/lunch landmark up for sale
  • D.A. Gulluni on the Opioid warpath
  • What store to replace Macy’s at Eastfield?  (your calls and comments featured)
  • Pittsfield man in a laundromat trying on other people’s clothes and dropping his pants in the window

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday January 12, 2016

  • IRS phone scams on the rise (hear an actual phone call!)
  • Jordan Goodman reviews Springfield’s economy
  • The Red Rose expands!
  • Anthony Wilson voted in and confirmed as Springfield’s new City Clerk
  • Retired Springfield police officer charged with theft of nearly $400,000.00